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Armor Infrastructure as Code (IaC)

Armor leverages Infrastructure-as-Code (IaC) to simplify the deployment of your security stack based on our best practices reference architecture. We provide access to the modules via GitHub in order to be completely transparent and deliver on our zero lock-in promise.

Accessing Armor Infrastructure Code

In order to access our infrastructure as code repositories, you’ll need a GitHub user account. If you do not already have one, you can use this guide to sign up for a new one. If you have an existing GitHub account you’d like to use, send your username to your Armor customer success contact to be added to the account.

Once you have received and accepted your invitation, you can access the infrastructure code in these organizations:

Armor is also a founding member of the Cloud-Native Cybersecurity Collective. Many of our open-source projects are published as part of the collective. These open-source projects that are included as part of Armor’s solutions are supported by Armor under the same license and support terms as the rest of the Armor solution.

Deploying Armor Infrastructure Code

In each of the infrastructure code repositories in the organizations listed above, the README documentation covers the various aspects of the infrastructure in depth. We’ve also included templates for using popular CI/CD pipelines to deploy the infrastructure.

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